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December 9, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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December 9, 1971

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Pioneer STORE HOURS Program For Dec. 15 9:30 to 8:30 P.M. WEEKDAYS 9:30 to 5:30 P.M. SATURDAY By CARMEN YATES goods forced the sale planned for ill SUNDAY PIONEER - On the busses Penneys to be called off. The sale Ill and around the school there is an was concentrated at the Safeway 12:00 - 5:00 awareness of the gears starting to store. All those who furnished N tu..-" a" ultk;+ la:~t~lC.....u,ty"-'" uy'-" uay~ ..... as items /or the sale and also those !! who helped sell the goods deserve I NEW FALL 2 AND 3 PC. FREE that big date, Dec. 15, the day of the Christmas program draws a big thank you. nearer momentsaturday,s seasonalbY moment. LaSttouch of meetingThere011 theWill Schoolbe a specialBoard at I WOOL SUITS GIFT frosting all over the landscape the Courthouse Dec. 14 at 11u WRAP ~' really helped to make all the a.m. This is the date Pioneers It = AND PANTSUITS SUNDAY small-fry come alive with that share of the bonds will be sold for special spirit that makes kids from their part in the new Shelton High I t one to ei ty youn at heart atSchool The total amount ot the gh g 2 AND 3 PC. ONLY this time of year. bonds to be sold will be worth .. ~ 'o'" The school personnel hopes $895,000. . B PANTSUITS ,, " each home will hold a specialThat same evening Dec. 14 1 REG. $49.95 "~ - ~ ~ "'" treasure hunt in the next fewthe board will hold its regularly "" J " """ " "' days' The bject f that search scheduled meeting at 8 Pm" in~ @U ~ 1 It k which should include under the the multi-purpose room, at the B Sall~L88 couch; at the bottom of the include aPineer School. Theofagenda willthe i I DOOR n clothes hamper; behind Fido's showing new ]~, I, LADLES k__ pl ....... ~',, fayrite rug r blanket; behind a System 80 reading machine and agame is that Harstine Island ~.~.~ ~ UP2 AND3 I I aIPPC'atm I Reg. $10.00 FLANNEL Pivu w== 14 bed or fiarking inn bottom drawer report on the !l ~ I Ladies Sportswear ~ q under all those boxes Special Studies Program. The ] I Matching Polyester ~ ~11 ~n~vN, i pants and tops elusive item known as an overdue Citizens Advisory Board wall Ill J ~1011} library book! Each and every one present some solutions to the ~/ REG $44.95 I REG. $5.00 school for recirculation. Miss problem, lARGE RACK LADIES' DRESSES Linda Rinearson Pioneer's . . ' . ~ It any of the residents of the Librarian p,ans to spend part ot ~ ~ @~ ~5 " Pioneer area want to register to B Reg. to her vacation reworkmg the vote there are two locations vile FOR library. And she needs all the where you can eo and reeister books back in order to do a really Mrs Eleanore Johnson Route 2 good job. Also, there are 165 new Box 676 located on the Libby titles in the library Most of them .,A ~,' h=, ........... NI I,SALE OF W,I I Roe ......... v ............. y V IOeS are for the primary grades Each ' " .'f " Babcock Route 2 Pickering Pass. child is encouraged to read or at .. ,: .......... '_' ...... " least I 5 minutes per eveningIf Emdy "vc at:'u s the roau trm IOME S " " the Picketing Clubhouse located the chdd is too young to read ICOATS " " ' " ' north of the old ferrylanding then the parent should spend that ~ .... " ....... ~" I~ amount of t~me reading to that " h el d~l ast = ?h 'u r sdanv c: v e~n :': T~; POLYESTER-COTTON child Having the youngster read _ v. " " ~" " I ' subject of the meeting was to j - ( IFT" |O:i himself or reading to them Is an ec I , . " d ide the best route to take to I important part of preparing themheal " '(hopefully) once and forall I KNIT SHIRTS UNTRIMMED STYLES EP to read.The school now has I1 infamousthe manYDieselailmentSMonster.Of the now 1MI~ Great holiday get-togethers with slacks or |1 Come skirts, cotton, polyester in long or| ..... nr o/ .... parents who have volunteered for o o - see our warm and , .......... o, .ou. E fEI. !ALl our Title 1 Special Reading Wednesday night the Agate ~ short s eeve sty ngs, eaturmg pullover | ...... ' coaIs, all speclally prlcea Advisory Committee. The first Tip-Top 4-H group held their~ button-down or zip fronts. Exmting col- I ......... meeting was Dec. 8 at 7:30 p.m. Christmas Party at the Agate . ~ur you, a~ neD w ~n Christmas is closer than ou think! SI lectlon of colorful prints to choose from in | ....... Y a se* Anyone in the community is (;range Hall. The members of this ~ ..:_.._ ,~n -,o I acetate in exciting new our lewelry counter and make -i invited to advise the special Community Organization ill ~,Len~-,-,.1o. --. ...._. | styles and colors. from our majestic array of fashion, v reading program. -graciously donate the use of the ]~ There was an executive bard Ilall t the 4"H grup each year" B Compare At I 86/ earrings, gift boxed ready to wraP'. p.m. At 7:30 a short business appreciated by the youngsters and meeting of the P.T.O. was held. their leaders and parents. Reg. The bake sale last Saturday in A week from thig Friday night i~ | $59.95 - Shelton held by the P.TO. raised the Agate Grange will hold its ]~ | approximately $50. ,#hichwillgo meeting, lt will be Dec. landwillSALE! WOMEt S toward purchasing playgroundbe a pot luck Christmas supper. equipment. A combination of bad There will be a gift exchange. ]~ X weather and insufficient baked It DOUBLE KNI1 i J FUR TRIMS o Luxurious 100 wool f ! ,IA/'VC I coat with double or , KI IQht single breasted styling m = ....... J ll .'.r 11 ' I accented with fur- -- .... Shop Is Re odeled Here "11be,ect a pa,r. o,. our ,z oz. #,-:.tHai , av^" j~ double knit fashion slacks to i collar of natural beaver ,'~"O tuck away under the tree. All | ....... By BRIAN C. CLEVENGER came to an end last week, Honor i in modified flare stylings ,n= 8 tO 18. ""~ ~e'~ / r mink" blzes ~/~'Yr~.m~ / ~1A ~ ~ ! Mary M Kmght school now roll students for this term are has a completely rebuilt and (seniors), Annette Painter with a ~ jacquard patterns with 2'wide I Rea $78 reorganized shop. The remodeling grade point average of 4.0, Brian Waist band, zip fronts and IJ I ~" ork done b Clevenger 4 0 M~ke Sinclair 3 8 and painting w was y , , " ' " , - ,ill button trims. Sizes 6 to 16 and I high school shop classes under the Brian Brehmeyer, 3.6, Ray ]11 ~'~..~ direction of Larry F ritch, Rothrock, 3.6, Tim Frodsham, ~ ~'~'~ ! ~ ~ industrial arts teacher. Much new 3.6, Millie Howard, 3.5, Mike equipment was added to the Short, 3.0, and Pat Sinclair withe ~ Reg. $16 to $20 * FUR PRODUCTS LABEL" n r fen ~ 3 0 G P A shop's i vento y, dng to the ~- ~ ~';'~/d~| ED TO SHOW COUNTRY OF JR J~ ~" I ORIGIN OF IMPORTED updating of the school's industrial The juniors who made the m ~ ~r | arts program honor roll are Terry Iversen with runs Money for rebuilding the shop a 3.8 G.P.A., Becky Brehmeyer, I was allocated through the "Title 3 3.6, Tim Trimble, 3.5, Randy N D E A federal program of Reeve, 3.3, Beth Brehmeyer, 3.2, o matching funds" wherein the Bob Crabtree, 3.2, Coleen federal government pays one half Graham, 3.2, and Shery the cost of an approved program. McPherson who had a 3.0 G.P.A. The school applied for and gotThe Sophomores who made it $680 from this federal program, are Karen LiUie with a 3.6 G.P.A., Princesses fo~ this year's and Nayna Frodsham with a 3.6. homecoming have been chosen The freshmen who succeeded from members of the four upperin making the honor roll are classes. They are Annette Painter, Diana Cook, 3.6, Lorri Trimble, ]~ senior; Becky Brehmeyer, junior; 3.3, and Bruce Haddock who got | Nayna Frodsham, sophomore, a 3.0 G.P.A. and Diana Cook, freshman A Newly elected board member, William Barnes, recently attended a two day seminar in Seattle, for newly elected board members. The purpose of the meeting was to inform new board members of school finance and liabilities. queen will be chosen from these four princesses by the M.M.K. student body. Although she will be chosen Friday, her name will not be announced until halftime of Saturday's homecoming game. The six week grading period I lull n RISTM SHOPPERS TUES. OUR REGULAR 55' OFFER GOOD EVERY TUESDAY AT "Your Island of Im mu~Ln~ m,mIUlUK'} A Refreshment" on Olympic Hwy. N. .... , . , - -- _ . ..... _ -- I II i ii PANT SUITS For Christmas morning smiles.., gift her with a great SALE.= EXTRA SIZE 42-44-46 SWEATERS For chilly evenings, select a stylish Acrilan /& _~'..~) acrylic blazer sweater with button front, 2 wide front pockets and back belt. Sizes 42 to 46 in white, navy, red or purple. Reg. $14 COCKTAIL and Many Famous Brands Page 14 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, December 9, 1971 3 Days 0nly looking polyester double knit pant suit with self-tie sash. 4 styles to choose from with contrasting trim and patterns, Off all long sleeves in striking Reg. color combinations. Sizes 8 to ]8. Retail Compare At $38 to $40 JU~V~O~ sIzEsL ro ~ Compare from $7 88 Short Sleeve Ribbed Knit Shirt .............. Long Sleeve Solid White Shirt ............... Weskit with Self Belt ...................... 88 15" Pleated Skirt ................. ........ Fit & Flare Hipster Pants .. ................... mllmi i l Imllml lllmill O B. LONG QUILT ROBES Make gift-giving a pleasure this year with long quilted robe, all double stitcl eU nylon.., filled with Kodel Polyester. "; machine washable. In colors of pink, blue,, maize, royal and rose with lace embroide trims. Sizes 10 to 18. Reg. $16 ' 10 C. AND D. LOUNGE CULOTTES Moonlit-- , nights find longer length .. today s elegant mood for evening ... in fluid flowing arnel triaceta ; Colorful jacquard print or jewel tone in long sleeve belted styling The relaXW lovely look of any season. Reg. $12 E. AND F. LONG GOWNS It's going to be a warm and cozy win! ahead when snuggling up in our long F.~t.~ acetate and nylon brud~ed gowns. A W0; Christmas selection of styles and colOrS choose from. Sizes S-M-L. Reg. $6 to $7